New features boost PGP email encryption product

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PGP Corporation has unveiled a new set of encryption features for its Universal Gateway Email product.

The software now includes three Secure Delivery options for encrypting emails and their attachments.

The updated application also has the ability to automatically apply corporate email encryption policies to outgoing messages, PGP said.

The additional features include Web Messenger, which allows email delivery via the web and is available now.

However, PDF Messenger, an encryption device for PDFs, and Certified Deliver, which logs a receipt of all delivered messages, are not available until later this year, according to the company.

PGP said that the product can be used without any additional software installations.


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